As a person gets older they require less hours of sleep and can actually function better on a lower number of hours. Typically when you get older you have a harder time sleeping and only get about 4-6 hours of sleep a night.
Obviously, it varies from person to person, but the average amount of sleep that elderly people require each day is less than adults, and of course, children.
Most doctors recommend 7-8 hours of sleep per night but as you get older you require less than that.
They need less sleep because id they sleep to much they get really dizzy.
Most hamsters sleep for about 14 hours a day. Some older hamsters sleep longer. Older hamsters are less active.
They sleep up to .5 to 2.5 hours less then they do on Earth then in space
Astronauts require less sleep than normal; Theoretically because the astronauts always have to be alert in a dangerous setting like space.
Most people do find that they need less sleep as they get older. This may be due to the fact that they're not 'growing' any more - i.e not physically growing and a decreased rate of cell renewal.
Because they haven't had as much sleep as you have and they need to catch up on their sleep and that is why the older they get the less they sleep beause they are getting caught up.
Believe the older you get ,the less sleep you need.
Depending on your ages, but as people age women require less sleep. Just the way it is.
No, giraffes do not require any sort of den, borough, nest, or anywhere else to sleep. They usually sleep standing, sometimes sitting. Giraffes sleep less than 2 hours a day.
They need as much sleep as they need on earth, about 8-10 hours. It makes no difference
Because they do not have day or night, so no jet lag.
No, just the opposite. A new starter will require less power to turn over than an older starter.
7 hours. Some people require more, others less.
Around 9 hours and 15 minutes sleep per a night, however this is an average, many teenagers will require more and many will require less, the best way to find how much sleep you need is to get up when you are not tired any more and count the amount of hours to when you got up and from when you went to sleep. While making sure you have enough sleep is important, the quality of sleep is essential in making it count. If you are distracting by using cellphones or laptops in bed or immediately before falling asleep, it can produce a less resting sleep. The amount of sleep you need is also dependent on the day before and whether you have been getting enough sleep. If you sleep less than needed one night, try to regain that sleep the next night (this is actually true as your body becomes more exhausted and weak than normal through the day due to prior lack of rest).
I would say an xbox, because of its upgrade. It also depends on the game and amount of data it can hold on Actually it is the older products that overheat faster because the newer ones require less power and therefore have less heat generated.
It is nature's free refresher and revitalizer. Stress relief, creativity and longetivity are enhanced by rest and sleep. Some require less some require more, but there is no substitute.
Cats are nocturnal so don't count on your kitten sleeping all night. He'll sleep even less at night once he gets older.
Yes. The older you get, the less sleep you need. By the time a human is 15, they should be sleeping 7-10 hours, more if they still are in college.
Older people generally need less sleep than those younger. However not everyone has the same requirements. Many people are comfortable with 4 - 5 hours sleep no matter what their age.
No.Actually, they like stronger levels of chocolate, such as 70%. It may look good but it is actually very, very bitter.
Sleep duration varies by age, and by individual. Older adults are likely to require more sleep than the 7 to 8 hours recommended, as do younger individuals (14 to 17 hours for infants, down to 8 to 9 hours for teenagers).Getting the optimum sleep in an average year (365 days) would total 2555 to 2920 hours. In one study, one-third of healthy adults got less sleep, and one-fifth of healthy adults got more sleep.
No. It actually works less when you sleep. However, it doesn't shut down completely, unlike what most people think. Hope this helped! :D